Diana Sahu

Cyclone makes a dent in sale of yellow metal

 This Akshaya Trutiya has not been very auspicious for jewellers in Bhubaneswar.

08 May 2019

Long road ahead for PwD voters in Odisha

The Election Commission of India (ECI) has proclaimed a mission to make the 2019 General Elections the most disabled-friendly polls in the country. 

17 Mar 2019

Old is new and natty

Sitting amidst brightly coloured fabrics, Swikruti Pradhan draws triangular patterns on a sheet of paper, each different from the other.

02 Feb 2019

Ollywood catches poll fever, Nimki falls for BJD

Overcoming the problems that come her way, Nimki manages to meet Naveen and invites him. The Chief Minister obliges. 

25 Jan 2019

Infra, faculty roadblocks in Odisha 

The last recruitment in universities was done in 2017 but the process was subsequently put on hold by University Grants Commission.

23 Jan 2019

Antiquities from Mauryan, Kushan era unearthed at Asurgarh

The Archeological Survey of India (ASI) officials have been excavating the protected site since November last week.

18 Jan 2019

Mayurbhanj’s royalty opens its doors to global travellers

The Bhanjadeo sisters roped in Delhi-based interior designer Pooja Bihani for the elaborate transformation of the palace.

01 Jan 2019

Chitta Jena, the romantic singer with honey-dipped voice, passes away at 76

Chitta Jena came as a bout of fresh air in Odia film music of the 1970s.

14 Nov 2018

Echoes of the Eco art

The surface of the deep waters of Chilika, Asia’s largest brackish water lagoon in Odisha, hides many complications and controversies—social, economical and ecological.

04 Oct 2018

Technology to revive interest in Odia

Academician and translator Jatin Nayak, who moderated the session, began by citing examples of how printing press in Odisha gave a new life to Odia language and literature in the 1860s.

01 Oct 2018

Defining devil and divinity through dance

Existential monologue can be a difficult concept but Odissi exponent and guru Aruna Mohanty is best known for translating the most difficult of ideas into dance.

30 Sep 2018

Selfless goal

Till a few years ago, Bishnupriya Mohanta, Runi Nayak and Jashoda Munda were like other orphans growing up in the dingy bylanes of Salia Sahi, the biggest slum of Bhubaneswar.

15 Sep 2018

In Guru's Memory: Renowned artistes pay tributes to Odissi doyen Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra

Hindu mythology have always been fascinating grounds for reinterpretations in classical dance forms.

08 Sep 2018

The bold and the beekeeper

A Delhi based woman started beekeeping as an experiment and now she has converted it into a model of alternative livelihood for 40 farmers of Koinpur.

03 Dec 2017

The pet project

An Odisha woman gives up her teaching job in a Delhi university to start an animal care centre.

24 Jun 2017